Jazz vocalist and violinist, Emmaline is quickly becoming the hot act to see. Rolling Stone (https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/bootsy-collins-emmaline-lips-turn-blue-music-video-1120452/) recognized her talent on her recent collaboration with GRAMMY award winning artist Bootsy Collins and Chaka Khan.
This 24 year old songwriter/performer has become a social media darling and begun selling out clubs across N America. In Spring 2023, Emmaline will debut her actings skills, alongside some music, in a few feature film called “Sweetwater”. The story of Nat “Sweetwater” Clifton, the first African American to land an NBA contract, with ensemble veteran casts including Kevin Pollak, Cary Elwes, Jeremy Piven, Richard Dreyfuss and Robert Ri’chard. There is also a special appearances by Gary Clark Jr.
“Bootsy Collins and Emmaline embrace some after-hours funk in new video for ‘Lips Turn Blue.'” Read More
“On her own, Emmaline is a natural. Her sultry vocals float through each “All My Sweetest Dreams” track — autobiographical reflections from the time she was 18 through 20 — even tapping into more contemporary R&B and soul, as well as hip hop.” Read More
“Meet Emmaline – the modern-day equivalent to your favorite Jazz musicians and singers of the past, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Blossom Dearie.” Read More
“Although she’s only 21 years old, Emmaline’s maturity shines bright in her otherworldly debut EP, All My Sweetest Dreams. Channeling her passion for soulful jazz and vulnerable songwriting, Emmaline is certainly making her heroes–including Billie Holiday and Erykah Badu–incredibly proud.”